Nugraha Lovina Bay Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Jet lag? No way, it's a jet forward. Well that's what I thought when my alarm went off at 3 yesterday morning for us to catch our flight to Bali. It was 10pm in Holland and it felt like I had taken an evening nap in preparation for a night of clubbing. But as I rubbed the sleep out of my eyes and cracked my neck I realised I'd just slept for the last 2 hours somewhere in the air between Thailand and Indonesia and it was 5 am in Holland. One night in Bangkok: I'm sorry ...
... we went to a coffee plantation garden, the host showed us around the garden and showed us the different types of plants they had there. They have the most expensive coffee in the world here, it's called Luwak coffee, it starts off as a berry on a tree and a civet cat ears them. Then they go to poo and the coffee bean has been processed. So they can clean it and cook it and what ever they do to make it into a coffee bean. Here were civet cats there which they use to fertilise ...
... We arrived back after 10am and I wanted to catch the Perama bus back to Kuta at 11.30pm. Gutav kindly stopped at the office so i could by my ticket before dropping me back at the hostel. I grabbed my belongings, checked out and took the 20 minute walk to the Perama station with all my bags. As always I got asked a million times "taxi, taxi", "where you go", "good price". I made it to the station with about 30 minutes to spare, in which i sat down and tried ...
... buoyant in the saltier water and could dive down and return to the surface feet first – right back the way I had dove in! I had borrowed a weight belt which had a 1 kg weight on it and that helped a lot. This time we were snorkeling along the reef where the reef top dropped off into a wall. This meant that we got to see some of the larger fish that like the deeper waters as well as the little ones. We even got to see brown ...
Bali is too popular.
Although the echelon of high school achievement, mass attention is destroying the island.
Above the tallest palm tree lies a spiritual world. The Balinese government has officially put a number on this height at 15 meters. No building is to exceed this limit and as a result, urban areas are sprawling across countrysides.
Beauty drives tourism, tourism destroys beauty, a catch ...